Applicable Securities Laws definition

Applicable Securities Laws means the applicable securities legislation of each relevant province and territory of Canada, as amended from time to time, the rules, regulations and forms made or promulgated under any such statute and the published national instruments, multilateral instruments, policies, bulletins and notices of the securities commission and similar regulatory authority of each province and territory of Canada.
Applicable Securities Laws means the applicable securities legislation of each relevant province and territory of Canada, as amended from time to time, the rules, regulations and forms made or promulgated under any such statute and the published national instruments, multilateral instruments, policies, bulletins and notices of the securities commission and similar regulatory authority of each province and territory of Canada;
Applicable Securities Laws means the Canadian Securities Laws and the U.S. Securities Laws;

Examples of Applicable Securities Laws in a sentence

  • In particular, the Corporation agrees that it shall, subject to the requirements of Applicable Securities Laws and the Takeover Code, obtain consent of the Investor to the disclosure of any information regarding the Investor to be contained in any news release or other document filed with any authorized authority or disclosed to the public.


More Definitions of Applicable Securities Laws

Applicable Securities Laws means the Securities Act (British Columbia) and the equivalent legislation in the other provinces and in the territories of Canada, as amended from time to time, the rules, regulations and forms made or promulgated under any such statute and the published national instruments, multilateral instruments, policies, bulletins and notices of the securities commissions and similar regulatory authorities of each of the applicable provinces and territories of Canada;
Applicable Securities Laws means securities legislation of the Qualifying Jurisdictions and the regulations, rules, administrative policy statements, instruments, blanket orders, notices, directions and rulings issued or adopted by the applicable Regulatory Authorities, all as amended;
Applicable Securities Laws means (i) with respect to any offering of securities in the United States, or any other act or omission within that jurisdiction, the securities laws of the United States, including the Exchange Act and the Securities Act, and any applicable Law of any state of the United States, and (ii) with respect to any offering of securities in any jurisdiction other than the United States, or any related act or omission in that jurisdiction, the applicable Laws of that jurisdiction.
Applicable Securities Laws means all applicable securities laws, rules, regulations, notices and published policies of the Selling Jurisdictions in Canada and the United States;
Applicable Securities Laws means, collectively, all applicable securities laws of each of the Reporting Jurisdictions and the respective rules and regulations under such laws together with applicable published instruments, notices and orders of the securities regulatory authorities in the Reporting Jurisdictions, and the rules and policies of the Exchange and any other market or marketplace on which securities of the Corporation are traded, listed or quoted;
Applicable Securities Laws means all applicable securities laws in all jurisdictions relevant to the issuance of securities of the Purchaser pursuant to the terms of this Agreement;
Applicable Securities Laws means (i) the applicable securities legislation of each relevant province and territory of Canada, as amended from time to time, the rules, the regulations and forms made or promulgated under any such statute and the published national instruments, multilateral instruments, policies, bulletins and notices of the securities commission and similarly regulatory authority of each province and territory of Canada and (ii) the applicable United States federal and state securities laws, including without limitation, the United States Securities Act of 1933, the United States Securities Exchange Act of 1934, each as amended from time to time, and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder.